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Mumble Server Installation Tutorial for Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

Checkout this handy video tutorial from Filipinjo Dude on youtube:

In this video, I try to help you with an installation of an open source VoIP mumble server on your raspberry pi – B model. This installation tutorial should also work on Ubuntu or other Debian distributions of linux. I have a fresh installation of raspian on my raspberry pi and only seafile installed.

Link to the commands I used in video (you can copy/paste them):
http://goo.gl/jP8U6S

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1 Comment

  1. I’d recommend using uMurmur rather than the official Mumble server on a Raspberry Pi. uMurmur doesn’t have a few of the advanced features but uses much much less resources – you can run a server on an OpenWRT device quite happily if you compile it to use PolarSSL instead of OpenSSL.

    https://code.google.com/p/umurmur/

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